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Basic Arguments And Direct Approach

If you have to write a short paper then you’re just going to be using a hard lead that is you’re gonna directly get to the point and directly try to interest the reader in some way whereas if you’re writing a longer essay you have more room and more space to do things a little bit more indirectly a little more softly so you can use this language we borrow from journalism here to think about the way in which you can start off a paper but basically you want to get to the point in whatever way you can usually I think the direct approach is the best now one of the ways you can practice this is by taking prompts that are actually in the book. See more articles about arguments in essay on Edusson.

But if you’re not using the book you could easily go to a newspaper and what you’re going to do is you’re gonna take a prompt a set of ideas at a small little argument and you’re gonna write a two to three sentence intro lead and you can either do a hard lead or a soft lead I’ll give you say so for instance this is actually an example that actually came from the exercise set in the book it’s in the problem number two but it’s not something like this if you think that buying lots of stuff will make you happy you’ll always be disappointed no matter what you buy you’ll quickly become used to having it and then you’ll have you’ll move on to wanting something else therefore it’s foolish to think that you can buy your way happiness now okay there’s a little basic argument you have and so one of the ways you could practice this is by thinking about and eventually writing a two to three sentence introduction that leads into this argument right and you could probably go a director and interact here indirectly.

For instance I can imagine for instance starting this off by giving an example of someone who did have a lot of things and who did buy a lot of things and then was disappointed maybe a sort of more concrete case would be a way to interest the reader and get the reader directly interested in thesis now that would be more of a indirect or a I’m softly more directly could start off with for instance some expository questions about what we think happiness is and drawn your tenth your readers attention to the subject of happiness and then bringing them into this argument so if you have the book take a look there’s some great examples but you can practice this yourself simply by you know taking other people’s short arguments and trying to develop and think of ways to rhetorically build in introductions or leads okay so that’s rule 34 now rule 35 here is the idea is once you start your essay and you’re actually writing this and you’re in the middle of it you want to make sure that you do this at least and that is to make a definite claim or proposal I think you could probably even rephrase it says.

Common Interview question and answers

  1. “Tell me a little about yourself.”

You should take this opportunity to show your communication skills by speaking clearly and concisely in an organized manner. Because there is no right or wrong answer for this question, it is important to appear friendly.

  1. “What are your strengths?”

This is a popular interview question. They want to know what you think of yourself. Although this is a general question, there is a wrong and right answer. The wrong answer is a generic answer saying you are organized and friendly. Although it will not hurt you during the interview, it will certainly not help you either. Answer this question based on the type of job you are applying for.

  1. “What are your weaknesses?”

For this answer, you should display a weakness that can be seen as strength. There are many types of answers that will work. Some answers will be good answers for certain jobs, while the same answer will be a bad answer for a different job. Select an answer that will work for the position you are applying for.

  1. “Where do you see yourself in five years?”

This question primarily depends on where you are in your career. A person with 5 years of experience will have different goals than a person with no work experience. This question is asked to see how serious a candidate is about his or her career. Some people might not know their goals, and some people might have goals of becoming rich and retiring early. Those are incorrect answers for this question. The type of answer you want to give is an ambitious answer that shows you really love your career. A good interviewer will read between the lines and find out if a person is going to be a hard worker or just a mediocre one. Being descriptive and shooting for a big goal is something interviewers want to hear.

  1. “What do you know about our company?”

A typical job interview question, asked to find out how much company research you have conducted, is “What do you know about this company?” Prepare in advance, and in a word, research, so you can provide relevant and current information about your prospective employer to the interviewer.

  1. “Are you good at dealing with change?”

Dealing with change is common in the work place. A simple yes will not be sufficient to impress the interviewer. This is another type of question where everyone will have similar answers. Of course everyone is going to claim being excellent dealing with change. You got to communicate that you are really good at dealing with change.

  1. “Do you work well under pressure?”

In most cases, the best answer to this question is answering yes. Working well under pressure is a good trait to have. However, I think if you answer that you work the same with pressure and without pressure, the interviewer will be more impressed. However, you will need to explain in words why this is better.

  1. “How do you make important decisions?”

There are many ways to answer this question, and if you have a reasonable method of making decisions, it will probably be sufficient. One answer I thought of included not being afraid of asking your manager. You can follow up by saying even the best needs mentoring, and you always want to improve. So basically, this could work as an answer, but depending on the job, you might have a better shot with an answer like my example.